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While you're more likely to see ATA in 2007 than 2006, I suppose you can't rule it out. It's perfectly possible that storage at high temperatures could accelerate the breakdown of carotenoids into TDN. However, it's not completely out of the question to have petrol showing up in a well-cellared 2006, especially if you're looking for it.

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